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Key Exec Headed Out at CBS

A top CBS Entertainment executive who is currently on leave won’t be returning to the job. Variety reports that head of drama Christina Davis, who is on maternity leave, has opted to leave the network following last month’s arrival of...

What’s Going On At The Solicitor General’s Office?

13 hours agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

A game of musical chairs -- lots of movement into and out of the office.

Standard Of Review: ‘Suits’ Returns, In Need Of A New Premise

13 hours agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

Now that the original big secret is out in the open, what is Suits going to do?

Prison Snips Sentences If Inmates Snip… (Yes, We’re Talking About Vasectomies)

13 hours agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

If you're wondering what your reproductive capacity is worth in America, it's about 30 days.

People's summit against RCEP

13 hours agoIndustries / Agriculture : Grain

Join us at the People's summit against RCEP in Hyderabad, India, starting Saturday 22 July!

Are Renewables Set to Displace Natural Gas?

Bloomberg's renewable energy affiliate forecasts that wind and solar power will make major inroads into the market share of natural gas within a decade. This might be a useful scenario to consider, but it is still likelier that coal, not gas, faces the biggest risk from the growth of renewables. Show More Summary

“Why Would I Do That?”

A lot of news came out of Donald Trump’s interview with the New York Times on Wednesday. Trump’s statements wishing he had never selected Jeff Sessions as attorney general and his “red line“ in the Robert Mueller probe have made for the biggest headlines. Show More Summary

Want a cure for physician burnout? Take care of yourself.

The recent celebration of Employee Well-being Month got me thinking a lot about how physicians are treated as employees with regard to well-being. There is a general consensus that the issue of physician well-being needs to be addressed at both the level of the individual physician and the level of the system in which physicians […]

US Army to Deploy 2,100 Soldiers to Iraq this Fall

The U.S. Army announced Thursday that 2,100 soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division will deploy to Iraq this fall.

You Can Overcome the Risks of Leading Change in Your Organization

When business leaders set out to change an organization, they rarely think about changing themselves. Leaders are too focused on the money it takes, the talent they need and the repercussions of the new way the business works. What a CEO may not realize is that a large deterrent to the company's paradigm shift could be the CEO himself. Show More Summary

Female catheterization product wins Nebraska InnovateHER 2017 Challenge

Problem: The anatomy of the female pelvic region makes women particularly susceptible to inappropriate urethral catheterization. To date, there are no devices that block the vaginal entrance, expose the urethral opening, and guide the...Show More Summary

Blog: CPJ and rights groups call on President Poroshenko to prioritize Pavel Sheremet murder case

CPJ today joined seven other media rights organizations-- all part of the Council of Europe's Platform to protect journalism and promote the safety of journalists--in signing a joint letter to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. The letter calls on the president to ensure an effective investigation into the murder of...

South Sudan authorities block access to at least four media websites

New York, July 19, 2017 -- South Sudanese authorities should immediately unblock the websites of at least four media outlets, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today....

Two journalists injured as Israeli police break up Jerusalem protest

New York, July 20, 2017--Israeli authorities should ensure that journalists can cover protests and unrest safely, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. At least two journalists were injured on July 18 as police broke up protests in Jerusalem, the local press freedom group Palestinian Center for Development and...

The Hill Names Richard Beckman President

Richard Beckman joins The Hill as its first president, a move that reunites him with James Finkelstein, chairman of Capitol Hill Publishing Corp, which publishes The Hill. "Richard has proven himself time and again to be one of the great rainmakers in the media business," said Finkelstein in a statement. "The Hill has huge expansion...

Revlon Consolidates Its Multimillion-Dollar Global Ad Business With WPP’s Grey and MediaCom

American cosmetics giant Revlon has consolidated its global advertising business with WPP, naming Grey as its creative agency of record while retaining MediaCom for media planning and buying duties around the world. There was no formal review. "Grey has a long track record and deep expertise in the beauty industry," said president and CEO Fabian...

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